Lucky seven promoted to partner at Lander & Rogers

Six of the new partners are women

Lucky seven promoted to partner at Lander & Rogers

Lander & Rogers has promoted seven to partner in its latest promotions round – six of whom are women.

Joining the partnership as of 1 July are family and relationship law experts Tessa Kelman and Chloe Rattray; insurance law and litigation lawyers Kelly Kandelaars, Eleanor Madden, and Amanda Seguna; employment law and industrial relations specialist Bridget Shelton; and MandA and capital markets team member Paul Mayson.

“Each of our new senior leaders brings deep expertise, fresh perspectives, and will play an important part in shaping our firm's future”, CEP Genevieve Collins said. “This year's promotions follow a strong year for our firm as we scale to meet client demand, expand our presence in growth areas in Brisbane and Sydney, and continue to invest in the professional development of our people”.

In addition to the partners, Lander & Rogers elevated 13 to special counsel and 24 to senior associate. The newly promoted lawyers are as follows:

Special counsel 

  • Adam Battagello - workplace relations and safety
  • Katherine Bland - insurance law and litigation
  • Suzanne Boutsalis - insurance law and litigation
  • Mark Carey - insurance law and litigation
  • Geraldine Carney - compensation law
  • Kathleen Casey - insurance law and litigation
  • Kate Greenwood (national director) - innovation and communication, family and relationship law
  • Anna McLaren - compensation law
  • Keely O'Dowd - Corporate
  • Skye Owen - family and relationship law
  • Dina Skapetis - commercial disputes
  • Sara Wescott - workplace relations and safety
  • Han Yong - real estate and projects

Senior associates

  • Hannah Baker - family and relationship law
  • Lauren Baker - family and relationship law
  • Madison Barrs - compensation law
  • Abbey Clark - insurance law and litigation
  • Aneesa Clark - real estate and projects
  • Thomas Clark - commercial disputes
  • Ryan Cobain - real estate and projects
  • Hilary de Guingand - workplace relations and safety
  • Kate Eastaugh - family and relationship law
  • Cassandra Fakhri - insurance law and litigation
  • Liliana Freeman - workplace relations and safety
  • Geri Friend-Ngui - family and relationship law
  • Gabriella Janu - insurance law and litigation
  • Simone Karmis - insurance law and litigation
  • Kismet Kaur - family and relationship law
  • Nathalie King - workplace relations and safety
  • Timothy McElhenny - insurance law and litigation
  • Jeanette Merjane - family and relationship law
  • Kate Mitchell - family and relationship law
  • Anna Murray - insurance law and litigation
  • Amy Papandreas - family and relationship law
  • Patrick Sexton - commercial disputes
  • Sophie Vagenas - insurance law and litigation
  • Isabella Woolley - workplace relations and safety

The firm also promoted 14 in its business services and practice group support functions.

 

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